You just became a mother and beyond normal worries like raising your child, you’re concerned whether or not you are allowed to have sex and, if so, where, when, and how you do that?
Although sexual life after giving birth will be a new experience, as your mind and body have a somewhat different perception – with some more rules and limits – you should know that a woman knows the better when she’s ready for intimate relations, that does not mean one week after birth, of course.
Under certain conditions, premature birth can be fatal especially to little baby boys — they are more vulnerable than girls when they are born prematurely.
Birth to go even before pregnancy to 37 weeks entails some risks and complications including low blood pressure, stroke, respiratory failure and long-term disability can talk about neuro-cognitive. The risks are even higher as the baby is smaller, with even less than 28 weeks.
“We know that the danger is greater in what he terms the preterm boys than girls on, but I wanted to understand better what actually happens in the first days after birth, which are critical,” Emma Elsmén Steen, doctor in Lund University, Sweden.
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